The Nun II repeats in first as Expend4bles stumbles to second
It was a repeat weekend at the top of the box office as The Nun II took first place with an estimated $8.4 million. There’s a chance that result might change as final numbers are adjusted. The movie has now grossed $69.2 million domestically. Internationally, the movie grossed $32.7 million over the week to lift it to $135 million. Worldwide, the movie has grossed $204.2 million.
Expend4bles debuted in second place with $8.3 million, a series low. Not international returns have been announced. The first film debuted in 2010 with $34.8 million, the second in 2012 with $28.6 million, and third debuted in 2014 with $15.9 million.
A Haunting in Venice slipped one spot to third place with $6.3 million to bring its domestic total to $25.4 million. Over the week, it grossed $23.5 million to bring its international total to $46.2 million. Worldwide, the movie has earned $71.6 million.
The Equalizer 3 came in fourth with an estimated $4.7 million to bring its domestic total to $81.3 million. Over the week, it grossed $8.7 million to bring its international total to $67.4 million and $148.7 million worldwide.
Barbie launched on digital services but still held on to fifth place with $3.2 million to bring its domestic total to $630.5 million. Over the week, it added $6.4 million internationally to bring that total to $797 million. Worldwide, the movie has grossed $1.427 billion. It’s the top film of 2023 domestically and internationally. The movie is currently #11 in all-time domestic gross and there’s a chance it has enough left to gross the $23 million it needs to pass Jurassic World. Domestically, the movie ranks. Worldwide, the film remains at #14 behind Frozen II. It’d need about $26 million to pass it.
In comic film news…
Blue Beetle came in at #9 with $1.8 million. Domestically, ti has now grossed $69.8 million. Internationally it added $500,000 to the gross bringing that to $53.1 million. The movie has grossed $122.9 million worldwide.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem came in at #11 grossing $1.6 million domestically bringing its domestic total to $116.3 million. Internationally, the movie added $3.3 million where it has now grossed $56.4 million. Worldwide, the movie has brought in $172.7 million.
Shortcomings, based on the graphic novel by Adrian Tomine grossed about $1,600 over the week domestically to bring its total to $666,400. There’s now some international gross reported of $6,159. Worldwide, the film has grossed $672,559.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse looks like it remained steady domestically at $381.3 million. Internationally, the film remained steady at $308.5 million. Worldwide, the move has grossed $689.8 million.
The week’s overall box office success…
Numbers have 61 films earning $51,684,406 from 35,167 theaters. That’s about a dip of a quarter from last weekend’s $61,792,643 from 34,745 theaters and 53 films. The average earning was $1,469.69 this past weekend, less than the previous weekend’s $1,778.46.